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Changing of the Guard
July 1st, 2006

American actor, author and computer geek Wil Wheaton offers sage advice on his website; ‘nobody will promote your book as hard as you do’ — an opinion he formed after a bad experience with a publisher who let his second book languish.

Arabian Plights Q&A
March 1st, 2009

The Israeli-American relationship is a good deal more complex than the notion of a Jewish nation as a client state of the US. At the height of the Cold War, with key Arab states vulnerable to Soviet influence, there was obvious appeal for America in seeing Israel as a US ‘aircraft carrier’ on a mostly Soviet sea.


The Paul Davies Enigma
December 1st, 2006

People approach him on the street to tell him his work has transformed their lives, so maybe it’s bringing such bizarre realities to life for millions of readers that’s his real talent.

Arabian Plights
March 1st, 2009

Rodgers doesn’t seem to have a realistic solution to suggest, and when no obvious answer occurs to a man with as good a grasp on the problem as he has, you’ll be left wondering if the book’s purpose is to merely to numb us all with helplessness.


License to Print Money
September 1st, 2007

With a perception that much licensed publishing product belongs in discount department stores comes a market awareness all booksellers including the big chains have to aware of.

Biting the Big Apple
November 1st, 2008

Sydney actress Vendramini spins just such a tale as she moves to New York to join a prestigious acting academy and falls for a rich businessman and lives like a queen before breaking up to live in the dishevelled cool of the East Village, a struggling but talented performer finding her muse.






In Good Company Why are you bigger in the US than here? I got published in ...
February 1st, 2007

The Tower Micheal Duffy wastes no time cutting to the chase in this taut ...
August 1st, 2009

The Bookmakers; selecting printers explained. Without it we'd have nothing to curl up in bed with, even ...
February 1st, 2006

Biting the Big Apple One of the enduring themes of literature is the rags-to-riches (and back ...
November 1st, 2008

Arabian Plights Anyone can tell you the Middle East is a political quagmire. What ...
March 1st, 2009

The Paul Davies Enigma If there's such a thing as popular cosmology, renowned physicist Paul Davies ...
December 1st, 2006


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